I live in a pretty decent apt. complex and will have been here 9 years this September. I've also been a good tenant who has always gotten along fairly well with the office staff--an office, by the way, that is located directly across the parking lot from my balcony. Ten days ago I had my Phase III 3-lnb dish replaced with the Slimline 5-lnb dish when my HR20-700s were installed. Due to line of sight considerations resulting from the dish's wider size, the installer relocated it from one side of my balcony to the opposite side and attached it to the wooden support beam that runs from the ground, through my balcony on the second floor, through the balcony on the third floor, and to the roof. (The other side of the balcony is attached to the building's side or wall.) As everyone knows, the Slimline 5-lnb dishes are quite larger--wider, mainly--than the 3-lnb dishes. Because of their size and weight, they usually are installed with a support arm to anchor them. Well, today my apt. complex manager calls me and tells me that I have to remove the dish and put it on a pole in a bucket. She also goes on to tell me it's "too big" and is likely to fall and hurt someone in a big wind storm because of its size (never mind the fact that its support arm makes it much more secure than the 3-lnb dish was) and that it cannot be put on the wooden beam because that is not, as I explained to her, my "exclusive use"; rather, it's part of the building and their property. I reiterated to her that the FCC doesn't see it that way. I had the FCC fact sheet in front of me and explained to her that (a) my dish was within the 3-meter limit, and (b) my balcony, including the part of the wooden beam that is on my balcony, is my exclusive use area because it is not accessible to the public or a general part of the building as a whole (like the roof or side of the building itself would be). So she proceeds to tell me that if I don't comply with her demands, she will have no choice but to sue to get me to remove it. In addition, she hints that they won't agree to renew my lease when it comes due next April. I'm not worried about the first part, but I wonder if they really can refuse a lease renewal on such grounds. Here's hoping she ends up calming down.